Cosmetic Dentistry

Using cosmetic dentistry, All Family Dental have the technology and techniques to give you a smile that will change your life. With skill and precision, we will create your perfect smile. Nature-mimicking restorations such as the latest porcelain or bonded natural-looking fillings, porcelain crowns and veneers  feel and function like your natural teeth and look incredible. Eager to find out more? Click through the options listed below for more information regarding the service that best fits your cosmetic dentistry needs. When you are ready to schedule your appointment, click here to contact us.

Time To Improve Your Image? Evaluate Your Smile

A completely new smile could make you look younger, improve your self-confidence and self-esteem, as well as increase your communication skill, your attractiveness, and positively impact your own personal and professional connections.

According to research by social psychologists, most people take about thirty seconds assessing you just before they begin to create a list of opinions regarding your:

   • academic level
   • job skills
   • success
   • persona
   • sophistication
   • dependability
   • sense of humor
   • and your social heritage.

For better or worse, this means that appearances count these days, as mentioned in Susan Bixler’s book, “The Professional Image”, published by Adams Media Corporation.

Research Shows: A New Smile Can Make You Appear More Successful And Intelligent.

Social psychologist and market research professional Dr. Anne Beall, carried out the independent investigation for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). Photos of 8 people were shown to 528 Americans, a statistically valid mix of the population. The respondents were required to quickly assess the 8 people concerning how desirable, smart, joyful, successful within their occupation, hospitable, fascinating, nice, well-off, well-liked by the opposite sex, and also sensitive to other individuals these people were.

A couple of sets of photographs were produced, with each set featuring 8 people before going through cosmetic dentistry, and the same eight people soon after treatment.

The 8 individuals viewed by respondents were equally separated by gender. Two experienced mild improvements through cosmetic dentistry, two had modest improvements, and four experienced big improvements with their smiles, to offer an assortment for respondents to view. None of them, however, experienced visibly rotten teeth, missing teeth or extremely poor oral health in the before pictures.

50 percent of the research group respondents looked at JUST the BEFORE photos, the other half reviewed ONLY the AFTER pictures.

Respondents weren’t told that they were taking a look at dentistry, but were asked to make snap judgments rating each person for ten characteristics, on a range of 1-10, with “one” being “not at all”, and “ten” being “extremely so”.

The results pointed out that an appealing smile comes with advantages.

ResearchGraph.jpg

It’s apparent that a fantastic smile enhances your present worth and social position.

NOTE: Even though the rating difference was most dramatic for these categories: 

  • Attractive
  • Successful
  • Wealthy
  • Popular

The positive rating difference in ALL characteristics was obviously major.

Here are the entire set of before and after photographs which were employed in the above study.

ResearchCosmeticDentalPhotoSet1.jpg

Follow Up Research Confirms The Previous Study

In an independent analysis performed for the AACD in 2008, it had been found:

Practically all Americans (99.7%) believe a smile is a vital social asset.

96% of adults think a stunning smile makes a particular person more pleasing to individuals of the other sex.

Three-quarters (74%) of adults feel an unappealing smile can harm someone’s odds for job success.

Then they asked, “What kinds of things do you take into account make a smile unsightly?” The most typical replies were:

  • Discolored, Yellow, or Stained Teeth
  • Teeth Missing
  • Teeth That are Not Straight
  • Decaying Teeth & Cavities
  • Spaces and Gaps in Teeth
  • Unbrushed Teeth

Researchers followed up and asked, “What exactly is the first thing you see in someone’s smile?” The most typical answers were:

  • Straightness of the Smile
  • Whiteness & Color of Teeth
  • Cleanness of Teeth
  • Is Their Smile Sincere?
  • Missing Any Teeth?
  • Sparkle of Smile

And finally, when respondents were asked, “What exactly would you most want to improve about your smile?” The most typical answer was:

  • Brighter & Whiter Teeth

When respondents were asked, “What exactly would you most want to improve about your smile?” The most typical answer was:

  • Brighter & Whiter Teeth

Then they asked, “What kinds of things do you take into account make a smile unsightly?” The most typical replies were:

  • Discolored, Yellow, or Stained Teeth
  • Teeth Missing
  • Teeth That are Not Straight
  • Decaying Teeth & Cavities
  • Spaces and Gaps in Teeth
  • Unbrushed Teeth

Practically all Americans (99.7%) believe a smile is a vital social asset.

96% of adults think a stunning smile makes a particular person more pleasing to individuals of the other sex.

Three-quarters (74%) of adults feel an unappealing smile can harm someone’s odds for job success.

Researchers then followed up and asked, “What exactly is the first thing you see in someone’s smile?” The most typical answers were:

  • Straightness of the Smile
  • Whiteness & Color of Teeth
  • Cleanness of Teeth
  • Is Their Smile Sincere?
  • Missing Any Teeth?
  • Sparkle of Smile

 

 Using cosmetic dentistry, All Family Dental have the technology and techniques to give you a smile that will change your life. With skill and precision, we will create your perfect smile. Nature-mimicking restorations such as the latest porcelain or bonded natural-looking fillings, porcelain crowns and veneers  feel and function like your natural teeth and look incredible. Eager to find out more? Click through the options listed below for more information regarding the service that best fits your cosmetic dentistry needs. When you are ready to schedule your appointment, click here to contact us.

Time To Improve Your Image? Evaluate Your Smile

A completely new smile could make you look younger, improve your self-confidence and self-esteem, as well as increase your communication skill, your attractiveness, and positively impact your own personal and professional connections.

According to research by social psychologists, most people take about thirty seconds assessing you just before they begin to create a list of opinions regarding your:

   • academic level
   • job skills
   • success
   • persona
   • sophistication
   • dependability
   • sense of humor
   • and your social heritage.

For better or worse, this means that appearances count these days, as mentioned in Susan Bixler’s book, “The Professional Image”, published by Adams Media Corporation.

Research Shows: A New Smile Can Make You Appear More Successful And Intelligent.

Social psychologist and market research professional Dr. Anne Beall, carried out the independent investigation for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). Photos of 8 people were shown to 528 Americans, a statistically valid mix of the population. The respondents were required to quickly assess the 8 people concerning how desirable, smart, joyful, successful within their occupation, hospitable, fascinating, nice, well-off, well-liked by the opposite sex, and also sensitive to other individuals these people were.

A couple of sets of photographs were produced, with each set featuring 8 people before going through cosmetic dentistry, and the same eight people soon after treatment.

The 8 individuals viewed by respondents were equally separated by gender. Two experienced mild improvements through cosmetic dentistry, two had modest improvements, and four experienced big improvements with their smiles, to offer an assortment for respondents to view. None of them, however, experienced visibly rotten teeth, missing teeth or extremely poor oral health in the before pictures.

50 percent of the research group respondents looked at JUST the BEFORE photos, the other half reviewed ONLY the AFTER pictures.

Respondents weren’t told that they were taking a look at dentistry, but were asked to make snap judgments rating each person for ten characteristics, on a range of 1-10, with “one” being “not at all”, and “ten” being “extremely so”.

The results pointed out that an appealing smile comes with advantages.

ResearchGraph.jpg

It’s apparent that a fantastic smile enhances your present worth and social position.

NOTE: Even though the rating difference was most dramatic for these categories: 

  • Attractive
  • Successful
  • Wealthy
  • Popular

The positive rating difference in ALL characteristics was obviously major.

Here are the entire set of before and after photographs which were employed in the above study.

ResearchCosmeticDentalPhotoSet1.jpg

Follow Up Research Confirms The Previous Study

In an independent analysis performed for the AACD in 2008, it had been found:

Practically all Americans (99.7%) believe a smile is a vital social asset.

96% of adults think a stunning smile makes a particular person more pleasing to individuals of the other sex.

Three-quarters (74%) of adults feel an unappealing smile can harm someone’s odds for job success.

Then they asked, “What kinds of things do you take into account make a smile unsightly?” The most typical replies were:

  • Discolored, Yellow, or Stained Teeth
  • Teeth Missing
  • Teeth That are Not Straight
  • Decaying Teeth & Cavities
  • Spaces and Gaps in Teeth
  • Unbrushed Teeth

Researchers followed up and asked, “What exactly is the first thing you see in someone’s smile?” The most typical answers were:

  • Straightness of the Smile
  • Whiteness & Color of Teeth
  • Cleanness of Teeth
  • Is Their Smile Sincere?
  • Missing Any Teeth?
  • Sparkle of Smile

And finally, when respondents were asked, “What exactly would you most want to improve about your smile?” The most typical answer was:

  • Brighter & Whiter Teeth

When respondents were asked, “What exactly would you most want to improve about your smile?” The most typical answer was:

  • Brighter & Whiter Teeth

Then they asked, “What kinds of things do you take into account make a smile unsightly?” The most typical replies were:

  • Discolored, Yellow, or Stained Teeth
  • Teeth Missing
  • Teeth That are Not Straight
  • Decaying Teeth & Cavities
  • Spaces and Gaps in Teeth
  • Unbrushed Teeth

Practically all Americans (99.7%) believe a smile is a vital social asset.

96% of adults think a stunning smile makes a particular person more pleasing to individuals of the other sex.

Three-quarters (74%) of adults feel an unappealing smile can harm someone’s odds for job success.

Later, they asked, “What exactly is the first thing you see in someone’s smile?” The most typical answers were:

  • Straightness of the Smile
  • Whiteness & Color of Teeth
  • Cleanness of Teeth
  • Is Their Smile Sincere?
  • Missing Any Teeth?
  • Sparkle of Smile

 

 When you are ready to schedule your cosmetic consult, click here to contact us.

 

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  • Jennifer Koch, DMD, FAGD
  • 201 W. Broad Street
  • Bethlehem, PA 18018
  • (610) 865-3333

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